Welcome To St. Laurent Institute

The St. Laurent Institute focuses on novel Systems Biology and Genomics approaches to understand the molecular mechanisms of chronic disease. We use high throughput technologies such as single molecule transcriptome and Epigenome sequencing to decipher the intricate molecular pathways of these diseases that threaten the lives and health of our aging populations.

SLI was founded in 2005 as a non-profit medical research institute by Georges St. Laurent, Jr., an original Board member of the Celera Human Genome Project, and Georges St. Laurent, III, an accomplished molecular biologist and neuroscientist. SLI’s global research activities include projects in India, Russia, the Amazonian region of Colombia and Brasil, The People’s Republic of China, and the United States. SLI maintains research collaborations with academic investigators at institutions around the U.S.A and the world. Research interests include the molecular mechanisms of physiological information flow through molecular networks during stress and disease.

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Address :   317 New Boston Street Suite
201 Woburn, MA 01801
Telephone :   (202) 631-3577
E-mail :    info@stlaurentinstitute.org